Do you suffer from chronic or neuropathic discomfort and pain?

Would you like to participate in a project to monitor your discomfort and pain and measure how might it might be able to be reduced, with the help of hypnosis?

If so then this may be of direct interest to you.


Two types of pain, acute and chronic

Keeping things simple for a moment, discomfort and pain can be divided into two types; pain that relates to something happening now, such as a burn, toothache or a rumbling appendix, or pain that’s still there from an injury in the past, such as spinal cord injury (SCI) or phantom limb pain following a limb amputation.

When someone is still suffering from pain after 6 months following the originating event, and doctors have confirmed that there are no physical reasons for that pain to be continuing, it is classified as neuropathic pain.

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Why does my back hurt so much?

Research has shown that neuropathic pain can respond very well to hypnosis, enabling sufferers to reduce or eliminate the level of neuropathic pain they were suffering from and to keep those levels reduced thereafter.  Left unresolved, however, chronic, neuropathic pain can lead to anger, depression and other negative emotional effects, further hindering one’s recovery or being able to move on from life-changing events.

Sleep can be affected, along with feelings of self-worth and being able to carry out the usual activities of everyday life.  Sometimes also other people might believe you’re faking it, which only makes it harder for you to cope.

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There are also the side-effects of various medicines that attempt to alleviate neuropathic pain.

Obtain benefits in many areas of your life

Many clients discover that once they’ve been able to free themselves from the incessant and nagging feelings of discomfort in their body, that they can get on with doing things they’d put of for years.  It’s as if the feelings no longer act like a prison cell, keeping them locked-in, but that they’ve found the key to escape and re-join the outside world.

25% fee reduction for all study participants

I have worked with clients in the past to help reduce chronic pain and would like to expand the results base and so if you would like to take part in this research I am discounting my session fees by 25%.  If your chronic / neuropathic pain means you cannot travel I could come to you, subject to your location and appointment times.  The protocol would be for around 6-8 sessions with further follow-ups after 3 and 6 months.

As my work is not funded by a hospital or a pharma company I cannot provide my services for free. I have, however, discounted my services for this specific research at a significant 25% discount to my standard rate.

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In order to participate in the study your doctor will need to confirm your pain is chronic or neuropathic and you will need to complete a questionnaire at the start and 3 and 6 months after the end of the protocol to confirm what, if any, improvement has occurred.  During the protocol we will use the latest techniques to enable your mind to reduce the frequency, severity or location of your pain.

Chronic neuropathic pain can be brought on from many events, but the most common are:

  • work-related injuries

  • road accidents

  • falls

  • sports injuries

  • post-operative recovery

  • cancer

  • tumors

Examples of how and where we feel neuropathic pain include:

  • pain in limbs that are no longer working

  • spinal cord injury (SCI)

  • phantom limb pain

  • muscle spasms

  • burning feelings

  • lower back pain

  • permanent tiredness

  • fibromyalgia pain

  • Chronic back pain

  • headaches or migranes

It doesn’t have to be like that, however.

You’re not the only one this effects

Statistics reveal that when compared with other medical concerns,  chronic discomfort and pain affects twice as many people than diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke and cancer, combined.  Self-medication of undiagnosed chronic pain can also cause addiction to pain-killers along with the possibility of accidental overdosing.

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